The CX-3 is technically the most miniature SUV in Mazda's list. Though its vicinity to the CX-30 doesn't make the CX-3 completely out of date. Its luxurious cabin, driving pleasure, and cheeky exterior style make it a constant hit among other small crossovers.
Real fuel consumption and MPG:
If fuel economy is your game, the CX-3 will not disappoint. EPA calculations of the front-wheel-drive model for 29 mpg city and 34 mpg highway put it close to the top of the segment; The all-wheel-drive model has a city rating of 27 mpg and a highway of 32 mpg. Our four-wheel-drive test vehicle delivered 30 miles per gallon, which is lower than the EPA highway rating but in line with most of its competitors. You can also book a test drive today so as to have a thorough examination of the Mazda CX-3 before buying it.
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Engine, transmission, and power:
Under the long muzzle of the CX-3 is a four-cylinder engine with 146 hp. It's not the most powerful four-cylinder in its segment, but our test car on all wheels got it from zero to 100 mph in 8.1 seconds. The engine itself sounds rough, especially at high speeds, but its speed-enriched character adds craziness that its competitors lack. All of this contributes to improved control that allows for a fast ride.
Interior, comfort, and loading:
The CX-3's well-built cab and impressive details feel great, and the comfortable, uncomplicated driving position makes it easy to adapt to driving. However, space for rear passengers is limited, thereby reducing its practicality.